Wednesday, 8 February 2017

COMPETITION TIME!

How would you like to win an original print of the Nigel Bennett-designed legendary 1989 Penske Marlboro PC18-Chevrolet Indy Car? Author of Inspired to Design – F1 cars, Indycars & racing tyres, Nigel was one of Britain’s most successful racing car designers of the 80s and 90s.


Kindly donated to Veloce by Nigel, this A1-sized illustration by Tony Matthews is of the PC18, which was driven by the likes of Emerson Fittipaldi and Rick Mears, and was the dominant Indy Car from the 1989 season.
We are giving it away to one lucky winner!


To be in with a chance of winning this rare piece of automotive artwork, simply answer the following question:

Inspired to Design – F1 cars, Indycars & racing tyres by Nigel Bennett is packed with photos, designs & sketches like the image above. How many pictures are there in Nigel Bennett’s autobiography?

To give you a clue, the answer can be found on the book description page here.

Email your answer here. One lucky winner will be selected at random from all the correct entries on
31st March 2017.

In this unique autobiography, Nigel Bennett describes his life and career, from growing up influenced by car design, to his education, and the building of his ‘750 specials.’ He describes his work as Firestone Development Manager, recounting many tales of the outstanding designers and drivers of the period. Detailing his work in Formula 1, as a Team Lotus engineer, and then as Team Ensign designer, he also covers his Indycar designs at Theodore, Lola Cars, and Penske Cars. Life after his retirement, his involvement in boat design and with modern F1 teams, is also covered.